Originally Posted by Keirik
The thing is, and this is coming from someone that wants all the Summit features but loves the look of the Overland 100% better, that there has to be some features exclusive to a certain model otherwise there really is no point to purchasing that said model.
Usually if you have model A, B,C,D than as you move from model A cheapest to model D most expensive you get something like this. B = everything that is on A plus so and so.
I've never seen situation like this:
A: model A can only get heated seats
B: model B can only get towing package
C: model C can only get HID
D: model D can only get NAV
So if you want NAV, HID with heated seats and towing package there is no way you can get it unless you buy 4 different models.
That's what it is:
Overland: Overland model can get ORAII and Indigo
Summit: only Summit model can get Adaptive headlights but not ORAII and Indigo.
In that case I would not call Summit top model. It is not. Overland is top model as well. Summit is more expensive but it is not the model loaded with everything. I think Jeep has really 2 top models with mutually exclusive options.
If not and you say that Summit is the top model why not offer ORAII and Indigo on Summit?